Photo by Todd Luck BY TODD LUCK THE CHRONICLE Comedian D.L. Hughley told attendants to keep Martin Luther King in mind when Donald Trump becomes president as he spoke at
Nick Canon’s “Wild ‘N Out” returned to national television July 2 for its sixth season with help from local talent. North Carolina funny-men Anthony “Chico” Bean and Brian “B Daht” McLaughlin,
(pictured above: Last year’s Musician of the Year and Entertainer of the Year Rene Roman (third from left) poses with (from left) Carlos Bocanegra, Cedric Moser, Ellen Leak and Dion Fowler.)
If laughter is in fact the best medicine, then suffice it to say that city native Dion Fowler is hoping to “treat” hundreds on Friday. Fowler, a professional comedian, will
(pictured above: Cheryl Lindsay (center) poses with Spark Award winners Tyler James Williams and Sophie Desmarais.) The 16th Annual RiverRun International
By Judie Holcomb-Pack I recently received my Medicare card and am now looking forward to retirement in a few months.
“Racial Taboo,” a documentary film that features many North Carolinians, was premiered earlier last month at Wilmington’s City Stage Theater.
Mother of actor/comedian speaks to local students Comedian Chris Rock’s mother, Rosalie “Rose” Rock, visited Kernersville Monday. Rock, an educator
Every time city native Jeremy “JJ” Johnson hits the field at BB&T Ballpark, he is one step closer to achieving
’13 NBTF to offer wide range of choices and lots of starpower Nearly 40 theater companies from cities across the United